CIR Query for detecting Windows 7 ESU license.

Inspired by a SCCM query, I created a  CIR that can be used to detect whether the ESU license is active on a system.

ShellCommandTextReturn(wmic.exe /namespace:\\root\cimv2 path SoftwareLicensingProduct where LicenseStatus="1" get ID)

Each ESU has a distinct ID, such as the first year which is 77db037b-95c3-48d7-a3ab-a9c6d41093e0

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  • have you been able to successfully pull a report in Kace that shows all of the machines that either have the ESU activated successfully and the ones that are not? - mzladyj01 9 months ago
  • Yes,

    Here is the filter logic that we used to detect the absence of the year1 license key, you could always flip the logic to create a report that includes which systems DO have it.

    https://imgur.com/a/FDUrYSj - Kiyolaka 9 months ago

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